The Hatha-Yoga Pradipika of Swatmaram Swami. Published with the original text and its commentary - Svatmaram, Shrinivas Iyangar (translator) 1893 - Tookaram Tatya for the Theosophical Publication Fund, Bombay - First Edition in English The first English translation, published with the original Sanskrit text and its commentary.

The Hatha Yoga Pradīpikā (or Light on Hatha Yoga) is a classic fifteenth-century Sanskrit manual on hatha yoga, written by Svāmi Svātmārāma, who connects the teaching's lineage to Matsyendranath of the Nathas. It is among the most influential surviving texts on hatha yoga, and is one of three classic texts on hatha yoga, alongside the Gheranda Samhita and the Shiva Samhita.
  Reference: BM 24: 648 (984).

Small octavo (book size 18.4 x 11 cm) pp. [1 (Title page in Sanskrit)] [1] 203 [1] [2 (title page and copyright page in English)] x 63 [1 (blank)] 69-106 [[1 (Sanskrit text)] [1]. Tabs where pages 63-68 have been neatly excised, and replaced with tipped in page 63 with blank verso. There is a note on this new page stating ‘
Verses 84 to 103 describe the Vajroli, Sahajoli and Amaroli Mudras but their translation has been omitted as the same may be considered obscene.’. In publisher’s paper covered boards and cloth spine, boards lettered in back, with rear board showing publisher’s ads in black, spine with paper title label.
  Condition: Very good, light rubbing to corners and edges, toning to paper covered boards, and some wear to spine label.   Ref: 109188   Price: HK$ 2,800